LeSean McCoy might have used Thanos’ Infinity Gauntlet about this time final 12 months to snap away what turned 2019’s most polarizing tweet.
Appearing Wednesday on “Good Morning Football,” the 31-year-old operating again stated posting Iron Man’s destiny in “Avengers: Endgame” was “the worst decision of [his] life.”
“I didn’t know the reaction of the people, I didn’t know that. If I knew that, I would have never tweeted that,” stated McCoy, who’s now a free agent after ending final season with the Super Bowl champion Chiefs.
After testing the extremely anticipated Marvel flick final spring, McCoy tweeted “RIP” to the beloved character, igniting a firestorm of backlash from the keyboard warriors.
“I didn’t know that people really got into them cartoons like that,” McCoy stated. “I apologize. It was terrible.”
The movie pulled in a report $2.eight billion on the field workplace.
Prior to the movie’s launch, administrators Joe and Anthony Russo wrote a letter to fans with one message: “#DontSpoilTheEndgame.”